Soluble in Chloroform,Dichloromethane,Ethyl Acetate,DMSO,Acetone,etc.
204.6±3.0 °C at 760 mmHg
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RIFM fragrance ingredient safety assessment, hexanoic acid, CAS Registry Number 142-62-1
A M Api 1, D Belsito 2, S Biserta 1, D Botelho 1, M Bruze 3, G A Burton Jr 4, J Buschmann 5, M A Cancellieri 1, M L Dagli 6, M Date 1, W Dekant 7, C Deodhar 1, A D Fryer 8, S Gadhia 1, L Jones 1, K Joshi 1, A Lapczynski 1, M Lavelle 1, D C Liebler 9, M Na 1, D O'Brien 1, A Patel 1, T M Penning 10, G Ritacco 1, F Rodriguez-Ropero 1, J Romine 1, N Sadekar 1, D Salvito 1, T W Schultz 11, F Siddiqi 1, I G Sipes 12, G Sullivan 13, Y Thakkar 1, Y Tokura 14, S Tsang 1
2020 Apr 15
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and naphthenic acids (NAs) are toxic contaminants of environmental concern found in process water and mature fine tailings, or tailings, from the oil sands industry. BioTiger™, a patented microbial consortium of twelve natural environmental isolates, was found to cometabolically biodegrade the NA hexanoic acid and the PAH phenanthrene in the presence of tailings. Hexanoamide was found to be produced and consumed during cometabolism of hexanoic acid. Mechanistic analysis demonstrated three of the BioTiger™ strains generated biosurfactants with the bacterial adhesion to hydrocarbons assay, seven with the methylene blue active substances assay, and nine with a hemolysis assay. Serial transfers of the BioTiger™ consortium demonstrated the stability of hexanoic acid degradation over several generations. The results demonstrate that BioTiger™ cometabolically biodegrades combinations of phenanthrene and hexanoic acid in tailings. This work reveals the potential for in situ bioremediation of tailings with this natural microbial consortium.
BioTiger™; Biosurfactants; Hexanoamide; Hexanoic acid; Mature fine tailings; Phenanthrene.
Bioremediation of Hexanoic Acid and Phenanthrene in Oil Sands Tailings by the Microbial Consortium BioTiger꽓
Daniel O Reddy 1, Charles E Milliken 2, Koji Foreman 3, Jasmine Fox 4, Waltena Simpson 4, Robin L Brigmon 5
Production of biochemicals from waste streams has been attracting increasing worldwide interest to achieve climate protection goals. Chain elongation (CE) for production of medium-chain carboxylic acids (MCCAs, especially caproate, enanthate and caprylate) from diverse biowaste has emerged as a potential economic and environmental technology for a sustainable society. The present mini review summarizes the research utilizing various synthetic or real waste-derived substrates available for MCCA production. Additionally, the microbial characteristics of the CE process are surveyed and discussed. Considering that a large proportion of recalcitrantly biodegradable biowaste and residues cannot be further utilized by CE systems and remain to be treated and disposed, we propose here a loop concept of bioconversion of biowaste to MCCAs making full use of the biowaste with zero emission. This could make possible an alternative technology for synthesis of value-added products from a wide range of biowaste, or even non-biodegradable waste (such as, plastics and rubbers). Meanwhile, the remaining scientific questions, unsolved problems, application potential and possible developments for this technology are discussed.
Chain elongation; Electron donors; Functional microbes; Medium-chain carboxylic acids; Organic waste; Waste valorization.
Road to full bioconversion of biowaste to biochemicals centering on chain elongation: A mini review
Wenhao Han 1, Pinjing He 2, Liming Shao 2, Fan Lu 3